2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Sep 28, 2022  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog

Business Administration (B.S.): Management Concentration - L


Program Description

The management concentration in NVU’s B.S. degree in business administration provides the skills and knowledge to run your own business, succeed in an organization of your choosing, or pursue graduate study. 

Through internships, case studies, and simulations, you’ll apply theory to actual business situations and develop skills in planning, organization, leadership, human resources. Additional areas of focus include marketing and financial management. Supported by a strong liberal arts curriculum, you’ll gain a solid foundation in communications, critical thinking, problem-solving, decision making, and creativity - the basis for success in the dynamic world of business and management.

Student Learning Outcomes

The Business Administration (B.S.): Management concentration is designed to produce graduates who can:

  1. Apply analytical skills and advisory judgment critical to decision making, assessing risk, developing budgets and plans, allocating resources, and accomplishing objectives.
  2. Demonstrate technology proficiency needed to maintain and enhance accounting and financial reporting processes.
  3. Identify and apply ethical, legal, and professional standards to issues associated with accounting and business.
  4. Achieve fluency with principles of economics, finance, marketing, management theory, and laws affecting business operations.
  5. Achieve coherence and articulation in written, oral, and graphic communication.
  6. Exemplify professionalism, effective interpersonal communication, and strong work ethic required within business environments.
  7. Articulate pathways for educational and career development in the student’s field of study.
  8. Demonstrate the various ways that companies engage in sustainable business practices, including Corporate Social Responsibility and the Triple Bottom Line.

Minimum required credits for the program: 60-63